Dillon Mueller Memorial Fund Helps Save Lives

Dillon Mueller on Dirt Bike

By the time he turned 18 years old, Dillon Mueller of Mishicot, Wisconsin had already spent years making an impression on his family, friends, and community.... He was an award-winning dirt bike racer since the age of 6, an Eagle Scout, and a member of Future Farmers of America....

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E-Greetings from the Allergy Advocacy Association

August, 2019

End of summer greetings! For those with children in school, before you hear that wonderful sound of the school bus coming up the road on the first day, make sure you have connected with the school nurse, teacher, building principal, bus driver and coaches to inform them of your child’s allergies and what to do in an emergency. Read over carefully the doctor’s instructions given to the school nurse and make sure you are in agreement. For example, should Benadryl be given first for any signs of an allergic reaction, or epinephrine? We wish you a healthy, happy school year!

Be sure to mark your calendar for the second annual Rochester Allergy Awards Gala at ARTISANworks on October 10 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. We will be honoring Dr. Jeremy Thomas Cushman from the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center, and Jamie Kosten who saved the life of his father, a beekeeper, from a life threatening anaphylaxis response to bee stings.

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